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4.51 / 5.00

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Jan 13, 2011 | 3:46 PM EST
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Fine Art
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720 x 960 px
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michael
skull
charcoal
fay

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Cruddy Ipod photo of a charcoal piece I did today.

First actual working day of Drawing II!

I think this class will be fun!

Original is like 24 by something inches.

It's pretty big

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ZumonZumon

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Sullz

It's the type of skull you'd see some headless guy be wearing.. i'm weird



zombiewantbrain666zombiewantbrain666

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Drawing 2, eh?

Its very nice. Your contrast is a bit off in the eye sockets and cheek bones. Its just needs to flow from light to dark a little better in those areas. And I didn't notice at first but I like how you put SKULL above the skull itself. Clandestine of you to do that. It tricked me. XD 8/10


MichaelFay responds:

The lighting in those areas was pretty sharp.
The shading is more bold there because of that.

I see you caught that!
lol I had time to kill so I slipped it in there.


BihozardRoseBihozardRose

Rated 5 / 5 stars

my god...

this is amizing!


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MichaelFay responds:

Thank you!


beguilbertdbeguilbertd

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Another

to my collect of heads ¡¡


MichaelFay responds:

Almost enough for a museum!


nickisrad20nickisrad20

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Niiice.

Very 3D looking. The skull just pops out of the paper. The contrast against the background and table, cloth whatever it is was well done. The only thing I you could improve on was I thought the white highlights on the skull were a little too emphasized, but overall this is a very good drawing.
What paper did you use?


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MichaelFay responds:

It was 80 pound Strathmore Drawing paper.
I can't remember the size because the teacher took them at the end of class. I think it was 24" by something.
Yeah these were casted skulls with pure white plastic so thats why there is so much white my bad! Plus the picture had some shine so it made some of the mid tones to bright.

Thanks for the crit man!